One of the most violent detective series in TV history, “Mannix” tells the weekly adventures of private eye Joe Mannix, who originally worked for a high-concept computerized firm known as Intertect, but later opened his own agency at 17 Paseo Verde, Los Angeles, California. Peggy Fair was his black secretary, who was frequently kidnapped. Lots of shootings, car chases, fights, and crashes.
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Season 5 Ep.04: Wine from These Grapes
Joe Mannix once again returns to his hometown in California’s Central Valley, this time to assist Armenian attorney Leo Kolligan in defending Juan Esparza, a farmworker accused of murder. Esparza is a labor organizer who organized picketing against Charlie Apellini, the owner of the vineyard where the victim worked. In between stints of working on the case, Joe finds time to reconnect with his father, Stefan — who is much more accepting of Joe and his chosen profession than he was during Joe’s visit two years before.
Mannix starts out in the corporate offices of Intertect, but soon moves into private employ, with a secretary and a batch of clients eager to hire a tough investigator with a touch of satisfaction in his cerebral grasp of the world.
Cast and Crew:
* Mike Connors as Joe Mannix
* Gail Fisher as Peggy Fair
* Ward Wood as Lt. Art Malcolm
Creators: Richard Levinson, William Link
Directors: Paul Krasny, Sutton Roley & others
Production Company: Desilu Productions, Norway Corporation, Paramount Television
Audio/Visual: mono, color
Date Release: 1968
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